Aquarius Weekly Horoscope

Aquarius Weekly Horoscope

This Week

29-03-2020 - 04-04-2020

According to planetary positions, this may be a favourable time for you in terms of progress. You may remain active on the occupational front. The ruler of the tenth house Mars moves through the Aquarius sign, along with the ruler of Aquarius, that is Saturn. In lieu of this, you may need to put in a little extra effort to hit your targets. Those who are single might fall in love with a family friend's son or daughter. A relationship might blossom, and the love birds may have a pleasant time together. Career-oriented people need to be alert about their receivable. Businessmen need to chec the credibility of a customer before extending any lines of credit. And most importantly, stay vigilant about your health during this period.

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